Difference between revisions of "Qian Kun Da Nuo Yi"

From My Wuxia
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
Qian Kun Da Nuo Yi is a martial art of Persian origin, being the highest level martial art of the Western Regions. The martial art consists of seven levels. Generally speaking, an exceptionally talented person would need 7 years to complete the 1st level. Someone with lesser talents would need 14 years. The same goes for the 2nd level. If a practitioner has not made any improvements after 21 years, he must not try to train the method of the 3rd stage.
 
Qian Kun Da Nuo Yi is a martial art of Persian origin, being the highest level martial art of the Western Regions. The martial art consists of seven levels. Generally speaking, an exceptionally talented person would need 7 years to complete the 1st level. Someone with lesser talents would need 14 years. The same goes for the 2nd level. If a practitioner has not made any improvements after 21 years, he must not try to train the method of the 3rd stage.
[[File:QianKunDaNuoYi.jpg|right|caption|200px‎]]
+
[[File:QianKunDaNuoYi.jpg|right|caption|50px‎]]

Revision as of 09:36, 10 August 2010

Qian Kun Da Nuo Yi is a martial art of Persian origin, being the highest level martial art of the Western Regions. The martial art consists of seven levels. Generally speaking, an exceptionally talented person would need 7 years to complete the 1st level. Someone with lesser talents would need 14 years. The same goes for the 2nd level. If a practitioner has not made any improvements after 21 years, he must not try to train the method of the 3rd stage.

50px‎